I have a physical disability and use a walking stick. It is better for me to be in a flat area and to have accommodation with an elevator, or failing that, with stairs that are manageable (not too steep) with a good hand rail.
We thought Chania looked a good option, as the port area is flat plus we love the old world charm and quaintness of the area.
Would Chania be one of the most accessible options for Crete?
Re Chania, would we be better going for accommodation around the port area? Is Theotokopoulou Street too steep to manage?
I am keen for ideas for accommodation options. We are happy to splurge, as this trip is for my husband's 60th! Up to 130 Euro per night is fine. We would like somewhere in the port area but maybe not right where all the nightclub noise is. Or a hotel that has sound proof windows, lol! A view of the harbour would be great too! Limited stairs is obviously a bonus, however I'm resigned to the fact that I may have to cope with a few stairs for 3 days.
We have been looking at the Loukia Hotel and love the views and the quaint rooms! Can anyone advise the room number of their best room? We would like a larger balcony with the best views and a large bed. And what are the stairs like?
Thanks everyone, much appreciate your help with this as it's best to ask people that know the area for my situation.